Okay here is a scenario: you start on your photography journey and become super excited to just pick up a camera and start shooting away. You buy your very first camera and just take photos of everything around you! Then you realize that you actually like Continue reading “The Photo Week: The Key To Mastering Amazing Photos!”
Do me a favor: go online and make a list of your favorite photographers. Seriously, go online and look up some photographers that when you see their work you say WOW! If you don’t know where to start, google “famous photographers”.
I can go through a list of amazing artists: Sally Mann, Zack Arias, Ansel Adams, Mary Ellen Mark, Anne Leibowitz, Richard Avedon, Continue reading “The Photo Week: Why Your Photography Isn’t Going Anywhere (& How To Fix It!)”
Taking photographs outside is something that we do the first time we buy a camera. We take it everywhere and want to explore all different locations which is the best thing to do! But let’s say that you finally get hired to shoot a portrait in the park on a sunny afternoon. Awesome idea right? Continue reading “The Photo Week: Why Shooting In The Sun Is A Very Bad Idea!”
A couple of months ago I was given information about this body building competition that was going to take place in New Jersey. I for one have never been to these type of events and thought that they are just beauty pageants for meat heads (which let’s face it – they are haha!). But when 54 year old Uber drive William De La Continue reading “The Photo Week: How To Shoot In Shitty Lighting”
As a photographer it is always important to keep working. Whether you have a job with a magazine, traveling all over the world or just walking around your neighborhood. It is always vital to keep shooting and to keep picking up the camera because you never know what you will catch. Kind of like Forest Gump without the chocolates (but why wouldn’t you want chocolate right?). The thing that can be tricky though is what if you have no where to go? What if you have taken all of the photos that you think you can? Continue reading “The Photo Week: Making Craters In The Backyard!”
Christmas is only a few days away and people are scrambling all over the streets purchasing last-minute presents. Or if you are like me, you are out to find deals specifically for you! Although it may sound very vain and selfish to purchase things for yourself on Christmas, if you are just starting your photography adventure you are going to buy the most important thing on your list: a camera.
Now for a first timer who walks into a camera shop it can be very overwhelming. There are millions of cameras all out there – how to
It’s December! Can you believe this? Only few weeks until the new year!
And of course this is the time of year where everyone reflects on what has happened in 2015. Since I have been MIA for the last couple of months I will try and fill you in on what I have been brewing up for 2016:
One of the things that I have been exploring a lot lately is landscapes.
I’m mainly a portrait photographer and I love to spend one-on-one time with people. However after shooting the same thing over and over, you kind of get into a comfortable state….which isn’t a good sign. Why? Because you aren’t growing as an artist. Sometimes you just need to put your expertise aside and try something new. Continue reading “The Photo Week: Turn Your Photos Into Art Quick & Easy!”
Has anyone ever told you that being an artist or a photographer is nothing but a hobby…not a career?
This has always been a struggle for my when I was growing up. My father would call my love for art and photography a “hobbie” and that it’ll pass – how I needed to focus on something more stable like a desk job. And for a while I did sit behind a desk and
Has anyone every told you that you are just too weird…and it made you feel bad about yourself?
I’ve been having people tell me that I am weird, crazy, “special”, different…the lists goes on and on. I’ve even had family members come up to me and tell me that they are/were “worried about me” because of how different I am. As an artist, we are considered to be somewhat of a
There comes a time where artists have to make choices.
It can be a number of things: what gallery to choose, where the next job is going to be or what new series to create. We make choices for the better and to live happier. However when it comes to matters of the heart, things can get a little tricky and an artist can loose their way. Which then brings up an important question: The heart or the art?
Has anyone ever told you that you are “suppose” to be at a certain point in your life?
Here is an example: When you’re dating someone for a long period of time, the questions that’s asked is “When are you getting married?”. When you graduate college: “When are you getting a job?”. When you get your first drivers license: “When are you getting a car?” Continue reading “What A Female Artist Goes Through (& What Male Artists Don’t!)”